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Photo: sdx15 (Shutterstock) Windows 11 doesn’t just come with a new coat of paint. There are many new features and redesigned elements here, from the widget panel, to the quick settings, to dedicated virtual desktops. And they all come with their very own, brand new keyboard shortcuts. If you want to truly embrace (and make the most of) Windows 11, first do two things: Figure out and commit to memory the keyboard shortcuts that will speed up your day-to-day tasks, and then remap the others to do better things, or to do the same things in a better way. Let’s get started by looking at the new Windows 11 keyboard shortcuts. Then, we’ll guide you on how to easily change those keyboard shortcuts using Microsoft’s own PowerToys tool. 13 Windows 11 keyboard shortcuts actually worth using Just getting up and running with Windows 11? It’s worth committing these keyboard shortcuts to memory: Windows + A : Opens the Quick Settings panel where you can control wifi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, brightness, media, and more. Windows + C : Opens the Chat feature in Microsoft Teams, if that’s your thing. Windows + N : Opens the notifications and calendar panel. Windows + W : Slides in the new widgets panel. Windows + Z : Open the new Snap Layouts feature that helps you quickly snap multiple windows in a grid format. Windows + Alt + Up/Down Arrow : A new shortcut that quickly snaps the selected window to the upper or […]